1967 Ford Mustang Super Snake Convertible Has 650 Horsepower

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We’re big fans of old-school Mustangs around here that have modern power under the hood. This 1967 Ford Mustang Super Snake convertible is a perfect example, and it’s for sale. It has the style of the classic convertible Mustang on the outside, albeit with lots of upgrades. Under the hood, the classic Mustang has a 5.4-liter V-8 engine out of a 2012 Shelby GT500 Super Snake.

That engine makes 650 horsepower and features a Holley Dominator EFI fuel system. Paired up that massive supercharged V-8 is a T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission featuring a McLeod twin-disc clutch and billet lightweight flywheel. The engine exhales through a set of Kooks headers and Borla mufflers to three-inch stainless-steel side-exit exhaust system.

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Along with the modern powerplant also comes a new chassis with the shell of the classic Mustang sitting on a Roadster Shop chassis with the body channeled four inches down. The suspension is independent in the front with a four-link rear suspension with Mouser floating axles. With 650 horsepower on tap, the car needs serious brakes to slow it down. Stopping is handled by Baer six-piston brakes with 14-inch slotted and cross-drilled rotors.

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The interior of the car has custom leather seats and a white face Shelby Cobra gauge package. It appears that a touchscreen radio sits low in the console, and for those hot summer cruises, the car has a Vintage Air air conditioning system. Other features include power steering and custom Forgeline wheels with Nitto tires all around. The amount of custom bodywork around this car and on the interior is impressive. The under hood shots show an engine bay is clean is the outside of the car. The biggest downside to this car has to be its price tag; the seller is asking $189,999 for the 1967 Ford Mustang Super Snake Convertible. Checkout the Revology 1967 Mustang that turned up at Woodward.

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Source: Motorious

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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